Finding calm in the cancer storm

A meaningful and purposeful life does not require doing or having great things. But it does require us to be…

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Crossing the Rubicon of cancer

Image by PMRMaeyaert licensed with CC BY-SA 4.0. In 49 BCE, then regional governor Julius Caesar was ordered to resign…

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Embracing life by contemplating death

Halloween is here, the day for trick or treating, costumes, and ghosts. In Christianity, those ghosts represent the dead and…

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Exercise like bike riding fights breast cancer

Movement is cancer medicine

The average American is entrenched in bad habits and focused on comfort and ease. Many people do anything possible to…

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Epic data on drop in cancer screenings during COVID shutdown

Back to cancer screenings after COVID shutdowns

If you’re reading this, I’m sure you are aware of the importance of early detection for cancer of any kind.…

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Just breathe

2020 is giving most of us reasons to be anxious and fearful thanks to COVID-19, unemployment, the economy, racial inequality,…

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ER, PR, HR—hormones and breast cancer

HR positive or negative, PR positive or negative, ER positive or negative—these are the various types of hormone status in…

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About Her—HER2, that is

On April 17, the FDA approved a new drug called Tukysa (tucatinib) for use in combination with chemotherapy for patients…

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In memory of John Prine

Singer / songwriter John Prine survived two separate and distinct rounds of cancer, only to succumb to COVID-19 on April…

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